BOOK REVIEW: ALWAYS TIME TO DIE
Carolina "Carly" May accepts the job offered to her by Winifred Simmons to come to Taos and work on the Castillo family history. Winifred is the sister-in-law of former U. S. Senator Quintrell and Carly arrives just in time for the Senator's funeral. The Senator's son Josh is currently Governor of New Mexico and has plans to seek the office of President of the United States.
The Governor has no great love for his Aunt Winifred who spends her days beside the bedside of her sister Sylvia, wife of the now deceased Senator. Sylvia has been bedfast for years and Winifred has fought to keep her at the ranch rather than allow her to be transferred to a skilled nursing facility.
Winifred is insistent that Carly begin immediately on the history of the Castillo family but Winifred appears to be the only person to welcome Carly to the ranch.
Dan Duran who is home recovering from an injury takes Carly under his wing and does his best to protect her from some unknown assailant who seems willing to do anything to prevent Carly from completing her work for Winifred.
No Time to Die will keep you guessing until the very end. The description of the New Mexico area and the glance Lowell gives you into the history makes for a really good read.
REVIEWED BY PATRICIA REID
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